ATLANTA -- The woman who was beaten and carjacked at the Phipps Plaza parking deck this past summer is now blaming not only her attackers, she is also suing mall management and mall security.
She is accusing the mall of neglecting violent crime there -- knowing about it but doing nothing about it.
Phipps' response -- it's safer at the mall than it is practically anywhere else in Metro Atlanta.
"I felt like they were going to kill me," said Michelle Wing of her attackers, the day after the August 4th attack. "I really did -- when he said he had a gun."
Wing described how she was walking to her car in the Phipps Plaza parking lot, and at least two men ran up to her from behind, violently beat her, and stole her car.
"He said, 'Give me your beepin' keys, or I will shoot you.' And I just started screaming, 'Help! Help!"